GO Report

Date: February 28, 1976
Mary Sue Hubbard writes her assessment of the Clearwater scene to Dick Weigand, deputy guardian for information, U.S. Of Mayor Cazares, she says: "He thought he had an excellent handle on us politically and was using it to gain PR for himself politically. He has nowhere to go except in the political arena. We were the football that blew up on him when we did not prove out to be tied to some gambling or other interests." She gives her assessments of reporters Snyder and Sableman and of The St. Petersburg Times. "Of all," she said, "I consider the SPT (Times) to be the most dangerous. Poynter obviously feels he owns this neck of the woods morally, spiritually, politically and otherwise." She was referring to Nelson Poynter, the Times' chairman of the board.